Welcome to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide prevention information survey. This survey is being conducted for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Suicide Prevention Evaluation Project (ATSISPEP) - a national research project at the University of Western Australia (UWA) in partnership with Telethon Kids Institute that is responding to the high levels of suicide in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
ATSISPEP is developing a strong evidence base on effective programs, services, resources, training and other initiatives directed at Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide prevention across Australia. This survey seeks your feedback, responses, and insights about any experiences you may have had with a range of suicide prevention programs, services, training and resources– either personally or in your professional capacity. The information you provide will help guide and further inform our project and strengthen its findings.
The survey takes around 10 minutes to complete and is completely anonymous. Please contact the team at Telethon Kids Institute if you have any queries about the survey, or if you would like to discuss anything further with the ATSISPEP team. Thank you for your interest and participation in what we hope will be a valuable information gathering exercise.
Please Note: This survey results from an initial scoping survey. The feedback we received after this initial survey enabled us to develop this follow-up survey to ensure a more detailed and comprehensive analysis and evaluation of suicide prevention services and programs.
DEFINING CULTURAL SECURITY:
Cultural Security is a guiding principle which acknowledges the right to values, beliefs and expectations of Aboriginal people in delivery of services.
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